Jimmy Page has admitted that he's unhappy about being left off the musical performance lineup for the upcoming Olympic Games in London.
Page lent his voice to help promote the event at the close of the 2008 games, where he performed with fellow British star Leona Lewis next to an iconic London city bus.
"Of course, I'm feeling rather hurt," Page tells the British Telegraph. "We put so much into Beijing, but weren't helped by the Chinese giving us next-to-no practice time."
The organizers of the event, may however, have confused the Led Zeppelin icon with deceased Who drummer Keith Moon.
According to Bill Curbishley, who has managed both Page and the Who, Olympic organizers reached out to extend an invitation to Moon, who has been dead since 1978.
"I emailed back saying Keith now resides in Golders Green crematorium," Curbishley said of the erroneous invitation. "If they have a round table, some glasses and candles, we might contact him."
by RTT Staff Writer
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